Three quarters of UK employers plan to incorporate wellbeing into benefits strategies, research shows
The 2019 Benefit Trends Survey by Willis Towers Watson has found that staff wellbeing - including financial, physical, emotional and social wellbeing - finished top of the table of priorities for companies' benefits programmes, with 76% of employers planning to incorporate it into their strategies. The enhancement of work policies were considered second highest priority. The research also identified that 48% of businesses have earmarked a value-on-investment (VOI) approach to measuring and...
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